JLS Vow To Put On Longer Live Shows On Their 'Evolution' UK Tour This Autumn
26 March 2013, 10:30
The 'Take A Chance On Me' singers have also confirmed their next album will be out by the tour launch.
JLS have vowed to put on longer live shows when they launch their new UK tour later this year, to ensure fans get the best possible experience of the band.
The 'She Makes Me Wanna' four-piece will kick off their 'Evolution' UK tour this November and say they will be performing longer live sets so they can perform as many hits as possible from across their back catalogue.
"We'll do a lot of songs from the previous four albums and new songs from the fifth so the show will have to be longer," Marvin Humes revealed to the Daily Star this week. "They're usually about 90 minutes but we'll have to make it closer to two hours.
"We're not shy about putting on a good show for people and already have got ideas about how we're going to make it unique," the JLS star explained, before confirming that work on the next album is about to get underway.
"We're booked in to go to LA and work with Rodney Jerkins again and are looking at some new people too," the boy band star added. "We'll pool all our energy into new material and already have great stuff."
Check out a picture of JLS on the red carpet of the BRIT Awards 2013 last month below (Credit: PA):
Earlier this month JLS performed to support Aston Merrygold at the final of Sky1's Got To Dance, and the 'Hottest Girl In The World' singer has since told Capital he would love to return for a second season of the dance talent show.
JLS have confirmed plans to release their fifth studio album by the time their new tour rolls around.